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Bath and Bedroom Scuffs
These scuffs make a handsome and
sanitary substitute for the Chinese and
Some are lined with crash and have
braided soles, and some have Vitalite
soles and lining.
The soles can be detached and
dried without trouble. Price, 75c to $1.50
Step in and see them at any time
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS AlOTE KING.
J. KOKI FACED
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Nov. 2.1908
Unltcil States Wstilct Attorney II.
V. Urcekons this morning appeared
In tlio Federal Court, hm! asked that
a nolle prosequi be entered In nil the
cases of tho United States vs. Joshua
Kokl, alleged to be nn acconipllco of
Moses Kokl. his brother, who now
stands charged with robbing tho Unit
ed Btales malls.
"In all the cases?" questioned Judge
Dole In Biirprlsc.
"Yes," answered Mr. llrcckons.
"Joshua Kokl has faced n Higher
Court thou any here. Ho died Home
Tlio court then ordeicd Hint tlio
cases be uol prosscd.
Tho cases ngnlnst Moses Kokl wero
continued from today until November
ICth, at the request of M. V. rrossor,
who stated that both he nnd Mr. Mil
ney would bo out of town.
WYNNE TRIAL IS
- DRAWING TO CLOSE
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M E SeAhlTiLE
Z Burner fc CnMH...H
Bwft Plantation Co ...
ll.w Com ft Sni Co .
Hawaiian Suijar Co .
Itonomu Sutar Co .
Itonokaa Suiaf Co .
Haiku Surar Co
Hntrtilsan Suear llant
Kihulcu flamalloti Lo I-'.
I?b9hl Sup. Co U.UJ
KP!iolc Migat Co . ..I lldjiw
Koto Suar Co I .ni,Wl
MrBrydeSutarCo . '.t,.yju.wi
Oalm fcuiar Co .WWt)
OiHimai liiiair Pn 1.UIIMM
OoVolaSar Plant Co i .'"WW
Olaa SutarCo Uil .. iuw
mimi n LA I i'ww
P.aliau Silrar Plant Co '.''.
Pala Plantation Co .
Prt.ko Snirar Co.
Plni"tr Mill Co..
Wrntiau Sar Co ...
Waiinanalo Sugar Co
Waliura Sujar Mill to
lirtel-hlaml Meant NCo
Hon R T ft L. Co Pttl
Hon ktk i.uot-om
Mutual T.lcplinnc Co
Nalilau Kutrtxr tn
Dal.ilKtt I. Co
Hon B ft M Co- . ...
Hawaiian Pineal pie Co.
Haw I era ir,
Tho trial of John Wjnno for tho
murder of Engineer McKlnnon on tho
steamer Kosccruns la3t year Is now
drawing to a close. Tho principal wit
nesses for the prosecution have been
put on tho stand, and those that are
now being called aro Inconsequential.
H. D. Frlcl, who was a member of
the coroner's Jury, told of the happen
ings at the Inquest. He said that
Wynne had stated that ho did not
kupw what he had dono the night bo
fore, and also that a full realization
of anything had not come to him until
the following morning. Bam Kaloa,
turnkey nt tho pollco station, told of
locking the defendant up. The trial
will bo continued probably tomorrow.
BIO REPUBLICAN RALLY
HawTtr tu pc
Haw Go'l inc
Halkusugar Lo6 pt. l
Ham. Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch ti
I law Com St Sue, Co j iC
HI'oR RCo Con 6 pc
HonaVaa Saetr co Cpc
lluu RTLCnif c
Kahuku P.aiitrof pc.
M'Brxif S Cn'at.
Oaha R U L Co 6 t c ..
Oaha Sltsar Co t p c
Olaa Sugar Co 6 pc
1JC Sue Mill CI, 6s
rata riauiauoii 1.0 .
Pioneer MIIHJo 6pc .
Walalua tictkCo ipc
There's a Kaox Hat for Every Man
Silk Top Hats, - - - $8.00
Soft Hats or Derbys, - - $5.00
The Beacon, made by Knox Co., $3.50
No Better Hats Made on Earth
ELKS' BUILDING, KIND STKELT NEAR FOIIT.
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Table Glassware, Bnskctware, Kitchen Utensils, Nick
elware, Suit Cases, Bath Sponges, Porcelain and Tin Moulds
Casserole Ware, Parker Napkins, Jardinieres, Paper Cases,
Doilies, Chafing Dishes, Nickle Pitchers, Pocket Flasks,
Ice Tubs, Table Crockery.
The last opportunity the housekeeper will have to buy
goods at practically cost. These bai gains will clear out
our stock for Holiday Goods.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd..
Household-Emporium. Phone 240
169 King .St.
Selling out at 5c per yard
. for one week only
Li. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Hawaiian IroavFence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO 176-190 KINO STRtiCT.
To Typewriter Operators
Use nothing but.
on Carbons and Ribbons
as they are THE Standard for Quality in every wspeet.
. Call in and set the new
Remington Adder & Subtracter
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd. - 931 Fort St.
' EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIAL AGENTS FOR THE REM
INGTON1 TYPEWRITER CO., OF NEW YORK.
(Continued from Pace
lulu Conutructlon Co.,. Oat & Musi-
iiiiui, Oalui Itallronil nnd Kami Co.,
WaterhouBu Trust Co., Hank of Ha
waii, llensrm, Smith & Co., Wnter
liiniso & Co., Associated Gnracc,
Scliuinnn Cr.rrlaec Co., Inter-tHlniul
S. N. Co., McCaue, Hmnllton & Run
nle, Macfarlane & Co., I.cwIh & Co.,
Urewer & Co., Waterlionse & Co.,
Hawaiian Star, Hawaiian Carrlngo
Co., California Feoil Co., Honolulu
lion Works, Hoffuclilneger & Cj.,
Hall & Son, Castle & Cooke, Harry
Armltage, Club Stnliles, Union Von
Co., Alexander & Ilaldwln, Hawaiian
Ulcctrlc Company, nnd man)' of 'lie
candidates will have Individual trans
All who arc to take part In tlia
procession proper should he In tiiu
ilrlllshed nt T o'clock sharp this even
ing. Tho parado will mart at 7:30, nnd
tho prooablc. routo will ho alone Ho
le! to Fort, down to King, nnd uloni;
King to Aala Park, where tho lilg
rally will begin at 8:30. In addition
to many nolo addresses, there will bo
music by the bands, llrcworks, and
Today is n busy one with tho poli
ticians of nil pnrtics, and all the nec
essary preparations nro being made
for tho big battle of tomorrow. Gielt
conlldciico lb being expressed by tho
lenders o'f all tho parties, though n
tho cafe of the Democrats and the
Home Itule-Lnliorltcj the talk Uei u
more or less perfunctory ring about
it, tho great strides forward which
the Republican party has been tak
ing steadily during tho past few
weeks having been a sad blow to It.)
Tho Democrats base their main
hope on tho election of Wm. Jarrett,
nake a very
strong light, nnd Is one of' the most
dangerous opponents the Republi
cans have to deal with. Sheriff Iau-
kea states that ho Is going to sur
prise thoso who say that ho has no
chanco. He says that he Is In the
rare for the sako of principle, and
that, as a matter of fact, ho advo
cntes tho appointment of a Sheriff by
the Hoard of Supervisors rather than
his election, as the Sheriff's office
and Hint of the County Attorney nro
tho ones where graft can bo indulged
In, if the officials aro so inclined. It
would, however, seem that If Iaukea
polls as large a vote as did Wm. Hen
ry when ho ran Independently, bn
will be doing woll.
That thero will bo a very closo
fight tor tho Seniito is undoubted.
Harvey Is n very strong man, and
the Democrats even hope that ho will
bo able to pull Watson along with
htm. Tho Homo Rule-I.nborites also
think they have n show with Chns.
Lane will win tho Mayoralty
fight, but hero also tlieio will be uorno
close counting. During tho past
week there has been a great Aclil
Ecaro, nnd that statesman gave It
out today that Ills poor friend La no
had nov chance whatever, but while
Lano's best friends aio probably net
in tho least sorry that tho Achl scare
Sales Session f Olaa, $1.25: r
Hwa. $27.5(1, jn Kwii, S27.50; 10 llwn.
Notice No, session tomorrow, Nov.
3, 1008. rjiTtlon I).iy.
Dividends Nov 1, 100S: Ilnfku,
1'6 ior cent; Palii, !& per cent; I'lo
lijecr, 2 per cent.
Latest tuaar quotation 3.09 cents or
$73.80 per ton
Beets 9s, II i-4d
Sugar, 3.99 Cents
Henry Wateriiousa Trust Co.,
Stock and Boni Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manatcr. .
FORT AMD MEKCHANT BT8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
A Specialty is made of repairing
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Gilbert Waller, Deceased.
The undersigned, William O.
Smith, having been appointed Ad
ministrator with tho Will annexed of
the Kstate of Gilbert Waller, deicnj
cd, heieby gives notice to nil persons
having claims ngalnst tho estate of
said Gilbert Waller to prcsont the
same to him nt his oilleo, Itoom 207
Jiuld llulldlng, Honolulu, within
six months from tho dnto of tho first
publication of this notice, or tho
will ho forcvor barred.
Dated Honolulu, November S, 1008.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Administrator With .Will Anncnc!,
Estate of dllbort Wullor, Dei'd.
4147 Nov. 4a, 9, 10, 23, 30.
bo nblo to wicst this odlro from tlio
Demounts this time.
Thero can also he (but little dnulit
but that tho Republicans will eimy
tholr Supervisorial ticket. Tho Den-
ocrats b.iso their principal hopes in
this light on Ingham, nnd tho Homo
Ilulers on Knlauokalnnl Sr., but
though tho latter especially U a
rather' dangerous man, there scpms
has been started, us this will help to(no reason why they should bo euc-
du tlio l'ourtn District vote logein- tesjuu.
LOCAL AND GENEKAL
Thirty or forty cents invested in
Bulletin Want Ads. will bring
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Detectlro HiirenA. 32 Campbell Hid.
No fancy prices nt tlio Now KugliinC
Hakery, Hotel St.
Tho polls nro open tonioirow ft nm
S a. in. until G p. in.
I'o ur families of nine each are of-
fired for sale, Sen ad,
Take your carriage, or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., tor
up io-dato repairs. "
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are Rerved In tho best muuiior
nt tho I'ashlon. Just glvo us n try.
Tlii'ii1 will ho n regular meeting of
llaunony Lodgu No. 3, I. O. O. R. this
evening ut 7.2U In Odd Klelows' Hall
Thcie will be n stilted meeting of
Hawaiian Lodgu No. 21, !'. nnd A. M
111 MnFOiilc Teuiplu this uelilug lit
Hiivo your typowrltcrs and maclilnua
repaired at Woll. Nichols Co., Ltd.,
l'ort and Merchant stieets. Tolo
Ho suns to vlll Sachs' thin week. A
big usMirttnent of new goods has been
I opened In every depaitmuiit, nt ery
W H. Davis, candidate for Supervis
or on tlm Homo linlol-nlior tlrket,
niado ono of the best speeches nt Aala
Park Inst Saturday night.
Cont your Iron lootu with "Arabic"
Vou nIll bo surprised at Its cooling
uud preservative Vroportles California
KrtI Co.. agents.
The Jni-nneso Hcucvolent Society of
Honolulu held Its uuartoily meeting
Saturday night. Dr. Ilulila was elect
ed president of the .tnpnnet.o Hospital.
Tlio nen fit in of Oat & .Mohkiiiiui 1h
now leady for a geneial stutlonery
and iieiloiltcal biinlucss, nt 7H Mer
rliiiut street, near tlio postolllro. I'linno
W. C Ailil. 1). KiilnuoUlaiil Sr. nnd
S. K .Mnhoe will h leak to the peopln
of l.ale tonight. Arhl Is In lecelpt of
letters from l.ale, asking him to conic
Irrigator Hoots, ery generally used
by plantation tunas, nro IdeM boots for
nil inugli wear. They uio strong and
comfortublo. Pilco, Jfi.OU nt tho Itegal
The Financial Secretary of tho Ha
waiian ICugliieeilng Association (W. L.
Katon) can ho found nt tho lCmiliiR
liiilletln oery day (except Sunday)
between 12 m and 1 p. in.
A laigo party of Republicans Jonr
nuyod down lo Walalua on n special
train Saturday night, whero speecbeH
wero made. Tho paity did not anlio
In Honolulu until r, o'clock' Sunday
Ho Chan, a Chinese, was arrested on
Saturday night on a warrant bwom to
by Johakit (), In which hu Is charged
with having threatened her life, nour
ishing a rovoher beroro her nnd oth
erwise frightening her. Pnhnkii Is Ho
ficorgo Sr.llfen wna charged by tho
pollco esterday with larceny, tlio of
fenso consisting of tho theft of a CO
cent pleco beloiiRllig to Wn Ngee. Tho
lomplalnnnt pud a witness claim that
they caught Snlffen coming out of tho
loiiuer'k room under suspicious cir
cumstances. Hev. Collins CJ. Hurnhnm, for many
years pastor of a largo church In
Clilcnpeo Kails. Muss., has arrived nt
Lahnlun. with his wlfo and tl'iiightcr.
nnd will cngago In missionary woik
thoio under tho Hoard of tho Hawaii
an Kvangellcal Association They will
icihU In tho parMinnge, which was io
ceiilly given for tho purposo by tho
lalo Mrs. Canipbull-l'urker.
Iteclamatlnn ICxpeit Newell spoko
nt length Saturday night at (ho Opera
Hoiibo on his work. Hu was Intro
duced by Governor Kreur. Ills lecturo
was Illustrated by IiIb own bet' of lan
tern slides, show lug the work that has
been demo In the States In reclaiming
arm lauus. no expressed liluiselt i',
lielng well pleased with tlio woik that
has been done here, and mid that he
lioK.'d tho government would dowito
n sum of money to tlio icclauuitinu
We received by the Alameda a large shipment of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo Lamps
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd!
KINO STREST near ALAKEA. PHONE 399.
Where the Rip
plins waters flow may refer to our factory. Good scda
water tipples because it is properly charged with carbonic
acid gns. But that h. not all ; there must be the right S
amount of pure ilavorinr;. We combine both.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Q. S. IEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath. Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Pranciico.
P. M. Pond, Contractor
JUST FINISHED 3500 cu. yds. excavation at lanoa Girls' School.
WE WANT the opportunity of submitting figTH-ei on excavating,
grading, rock, or concrete jtbt.
P.M. POND. TEL. 8D0.
cr for Lane, thoy ore not feelliiG
Tho fight for tho TreasurerHhlp
will bo a battle of the giants, Tirnt
nnd von Holt, but thero is no reason
to believe that the G. O. P. will uol
Cathcnrt is rcgardod, os. guru, of 'uil
election, even tho Democrats who nro
willing to expiobs their honest opin
ions, (onccedlug tho fact,
Tho Democrats will hold their hist
rally this evening ut Pnlaco Squaw.
CARD 0F THANKS.
Mrs. Aitliur McDowell deidici to
thank her many friends for tin lr
sympathy In her l.ito hurcavement.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
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